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Italy — Temporary employment up by +14% from its lowest point in 2009

20 July 2010

According to the latest data published by Ebitemp, the bilateral organisation for temporary employment representing employers' associations and unions, the seasonally adjusted amount of money paid to temporary employees was up by +7% in May 2010 compared to May 2009.

Month-on-month, the amount of money paid to temporary employees was down by -1.5% in May 2010 compared to April 2010.


The seasonally adjusted number of temporary employees was up by +9.8% from 214,000 in May 2009 to 235,000 in May 2010.

Compared to the lows of July 2009 when the number of temporary employees had fallen to 206,000, temporary employment was up by +14% in May 2009.

The average number of days worked by each temporary employee was up from 14.7 days in May 2009 to 15.2 days in May 2010.

* The Ebitemp analysis is based on figures supplied by The National Insurance Office (Inail).

To read the full data in Italian language please click here

 

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